In-House Laboratory

Kings Veterinary Hospital has the latest in laboratory equipment which allows us to run bloodwork, urinalysis, and many other tests in our lab. This ability helps us to keep costs down, diagnose faster and treat immediately. If there is testing that cannot be done in our lab, we courier any samples to a laboratory that can run the testing.


X-rays can show us what we can’t see on physical exam; the inside of the body. Radiographs are used to diagnose broken bones, orthopedic issues, heart disease, some cancers, asthma, bladder stones, obstructions, and assess organ size.


Ultrasound technology goes a step beyond x-rays using the technology of sound to create an image of internal organs. Sound waves (echoes) are used to show us a picture of the internal organs as they move so we can watch how your cat’s heart is pumping or how your dog’s intestines are moving. We can measure the size of not only organs but arteries and glands. Ultrasound technology is amazing at diagnosing things that would otherwise be based on symptoms alone.

Glaucoma Screening

Each year when we get our eyes checked, the eye doctor does a glaucoma screening. It is the machine that puffs air into your eyes. This is an important test as it determines the intraocular eye pressure, which indicates signs of glaucoma. Glaucoma is a painful disease causing chronic pain and vision loss. Eventually, if left untreated, glaucoma can lead to the necessary removal of the affected eye. Many breeds of dogs and some cats are more predisposed to developing glaucoma, so we recommend screening those breeds annually with our Tonopen. This device is used to measure the intraocular pressure of cats and dogs. Additionally, geriatric patients are more prone to develop glaucoma so we will let you know when its time to start checking your senior pet’s eyes.

Cancer Treatment

In addition to being able to diagnose many forms of cancer, we are also able to treat them as well. As preventive care improves, pet’s live longer, and we see more cases of cancer. There are several methods of treatment including but not limited to surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. We work closely with a local oncologist to offer you the most and best options available to your best friend.

Kings Veterinary Hospital

3335 West State Route 22/3

Loveland, OH, 45140

For general information, questions, appointment requests, call us at:

(513) 697-0400 Email Us: [email protected]


Sunday Closed

Monday 7:30am - 7:00pm

Tuesday 7:30am - 7:00pm

Wednesday 7:30am - 7:00pm

Thursday 7:30am - 7:00pm

Friday 7:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm